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Old 11-30-2013, 11:56 PM   #11
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Remington 700 in 7.62 x 54r
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m1 garand
m1 carbine
m1903
not a rifle but the winchester 1897 lever shotgun

all using new parts not reworked milsurp or old stock

i would like to see ruger introduce a 458 non-belted version of the winmag
Why not get a .450 Dakota??
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Old 12-01-2013, 01:36 AM   #13
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I would like to see someone come out with a reliable and safe, semi auto 17hmr rifle.

Also would like to see remington offer a new version of their old 40x rimfire training rifles.
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Phillips & Rogers "Wilderness Explorer", A multi-caliber bolt action rifle..

(Ive never even seen one... )
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(Ive never even seen one... )
i have never even heard of one!
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i have never even heard of one!
I cant even find a pic of it on the net.. All I can find to prove its existence is a small description....

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PHILLIPS & ROGERS WILDERNESS EXPLORER
.218 Bee, .22 Hornet, .44 Mag., or .50 AE cal., bolt action, features 18 in. match grade barrel, quick change bolt face and barrel allowing interchangeable calibers, white speckled black synthetic stock, side safety, 5 1/2 lbs. Mfg. 1997 only.
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Long list, seeing as how everything I want isn't made……here's a few;

Magnum Research Baby Eagle, the poly frame, but made out of steel
some semi auto 22 Mags
guns designed to be adaptable to take other's magazines, so you can pair them. Ex; carbines that take a large variety of pistol mags. Having to buy adapters would be fine.
larger variety of lever actions that load through the side of the receiver. If Henry made one, I'd buy it.
belt fed versions of semi-autos (I know they have them, but cheaper, and more common)
Savage should make a version of the 93 rimfire with more options. Specifically; a SS, heavy barreled, min 10 round cap mag, no sights, option for fluted barrel, and nice, SOLID wood. They are into plastic and laminate way too much
More SS colored optics to go with the above gun

Uh, ok, those aren't all rifles. Still…..
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i would like to see Marlin bring back the Camp Carbine again, in some newer cartridges plus the ones they came out with originally.

it's one of those rifles, that i never had any real need for when they were available, but always thought were a cool little rifle.
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Ruger 77/327 !...................
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Its not a rifle but idc. I want a cross between the mossberg 500 and Remington 870. Mossy safety, bolt, and furniture. With 870 reciever, trigger group, and magazine tube. All ss, all anodized black, with dark stain curly maple. I'd only need one shotgun forever.
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